AmCham: Limited access to authorities chases investors away

The limited access to Romanian authorities pushes a number of foreign investors to choose other markets, which do not offer more advantages than Romania, but whose governments are more open to dialogue, Anca Harasim, executive director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Romania (AmCham), stated yesterday. “There was a certain foreign company which wished to extend to Romania, but eventually opted for Poland. We asked them why they had chosen Poland, although the number of facilities offered is similar to Romania, and they told us that Polish authorities had been more open, met with them, allowed them to present their projects and were more eager to help. Limited access to the prime-minister and ministers pushed some investors to other markets,” the AmCham representative stated.

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